Rundown (5/29-6/04) I Made A Friend

KLK Happy Success Victory PraiseI’m not going to disclose details on this, but after a lengthy period of loneliness, I finally made a friend with someone on the internets.  All because they sent me an email asking about transwoman stuff.  And my goodness does it feel wonderful to have someone I can talk to about the minute details of my life, and someone who is comfortable enough with me to do the same.   Continue reading

Rundown (6/16) E3 2015: It’s Over and I’m Not Particularly Happy…

And E3 is done… Kinda.  Yes, I know the first proper day just happened, but after the press events, my work is mostly done, and 90% of the announcements are out of the way.  It’s just impressions from here on out, which is just dandy in my book.  However, Nintendo, Square Enix, and AMD all had press conferences, so I’ll just get to explaining what the blazes they were about, and what my Autistic mind thought about them. Continue reading

Rundown (4/13-4/19) I Really Should Get That There Aspie Test

0SCD I am Not Problematic I am Great CockyHey kids, guess what I did?  Bought a Vita.  I didn’t buy PS+ or a 32GB memory card, but the main system, a crappy plastic grip, and a 4GB memory card were sagged by me for $133 so I could not refuse.  But seeing as how I don’t have much cash in my pockets, I only have one game which I played through twice before, Symphony of the Night.  Why that?  Because it is probably one of my favorite games of all time and I would be glad to own it on every system within a meter of where I sit as I type this intro that will help explain why I’m suddenly reviewing The Golden in… June-ish. Continue reading

Rundown (2/02-2/08) The Cult of (Insert Witty Term) is Here!

Cult De NigmaWow, I totally forgot I had Nigmabox Rundown’s one year anniversary last installment.  To think, I’ve been using pictures from random anime while bitching about video games for a year… well, let’s make it two, as I’ve got at least a hundred more of these in me.  Even if it does mean I will need to scrape the bottom of the barrel with things like Flappy Bird, a game that I saw people more or less code back in high school that caused a form of controversy that I quite frankly do not get, mostly due to how I believe the game is, or rather was, free.  Is it unoriginal and lazy?  Pretty much, but that doesn’t mean it deserves anybody’s attention.  Hell, I could… no, actually I couldn’t make it, as I could not program for crap four years ago and sure as sugar cannot now. Continue reading